As someone who has grown up in a Northern Ireland post the Good Friday Agreement, I have been told and taught the dreadful tales of the Troubles.
I knew that sport had suffered from the violent landscape which Ulster found itself in.
But I knew very little about the positive influence which
From Ghana to St. Marys University, Twickenham via Dublin may not be a normal journey to many, but that is how Kwabena Boateng, affectionately known as ‘Denzel,’ traveled and ended up being elected the first black President of St. Marys University Sports Committee.
Born in the capital city of the Ashanti Region,
Group A Preview
RugbyX is coming to London on Tuesday 29th October and some of the 7's circuit's biggest names will be coming to the O2 in a bid to win the very first trophy. Unsure what RugbyX is? Check out Sports Gazettes preview here:
Group A includes England, Barbarians and Ireland.
The new RugbyX tournament comes to the O2 Arena, London on Tuesday, October 29, with six countries lining out in an exhibition of full-contact, five-aside rugby. To find out all you need to know ahead of the event, have a look at our explainer.
The women’s side of the tournament sees
The last time the Canadian women’s field hockey team qualified for the Olympics was 27 years ago.
Now, the only thing standing between them and Tokyo 2020 is a two-game series against the 2018 World Cup silver medalists, Ireland.
The team has made huge strides in the last year, moving up six
For many, travelling around Australia is all about discovery. For Conor Nestor though, he discovered far more than the cheapest bars and the best places to get a tan.
The Limerick native took off on this around-the-world trip shortly after leaving his role as Development Officer for the FAI, citing
Belfast. November. 1993. The dust momentarily settles over a war zone which saw a total of 27 deaths throughout October, making it the worst month for casualties in 17 years.
“I was sitting on the Republic of Ireland team coach when the fear hit me. Similarly, it was
completely silent and
Gaelic football is somewhat of an anomaly on British shores. Played predominantly in Ireland, where versions of the game existed in the 17th century, GAA, as it is known, has grown in popularity in the UK, creating a strong base within the English university system.
Adam Samuel spent an evening